With No Regrets
Finley isn’t exactly sure when her life began to feel unfamiliar. She suspects the transformation started long before she caught her husband and fellow garden club member doing the white-trash-two-step on her new Bernhardt sofa. Now free from the shackles of a loveless marriage, and with her children off to college, she’s finally able to go searching for the missing pieces of her heart.
Finley’s best friend, Cathyanne, is already working hard to ensure that Finley finds true love this time around. But when Finley is unwittingly tossed into the arms of two men—their sexy trainer and her neighbor, a popular country star—Cathyanne fears finding the right guy will be more complicated than she ever could have imagined.
One Song Away
Her songwriting career isn’t taking off, but a new relationship might be the big break she’s been needing…
Sophie-Claire Wright’s life is like a bad country song on repeat. She keeps running into her cheating ex, her songwriting career isn’t taking off, and her roommate just kicked her out of their apartment. With nothing to lose, she decides to do the one thing she said she’d never do: she moves back home. She left her small Southern town with big dreams, but now she’s going home with empty pockets.
Life moves at a slower pace in Sophie’s blink-and-you’ll-miss-it hometown, but her well-meaning, matchmaking mama doesn’t have a slow gear. Sophie invents a boyfriend to hold off her mother’s efforts, but she’s out of luck when her mom wants to meet him.
Eggnog and Candy Canes: A Blueberry Springs Sweet Romance Christmas Novella
Sometimes enemies make the best boyfriends.
Nurse Katie Reiter’s nemesis, Dr. Nash Leham is back in Blueberry Springs and he came for one thing—Katie. Will their battles turn to stolen kisses in the midst of a Christmas storm or will Katie find her happily ever after in the arms of another?
Katie loves to be in control, and so does Nash. And while the two may have butted heads in the past, when a family member falls ill on Christmas Eve, Katie knows there is only one doctor in Blueberry Springs that she trusts to help the Reiter’s pull through in the midst of the blizzard. But what she doesn’t count on is how her heart begins to sing for the man she’s always considered an enemy…
A Fresh Start
Sometimes, things don’t work out. Sometimes, it feels as if everything is falling apart.
Paige Watson finds herself in that very situation. She has no choice but to leave behind everything she has worked so hard for and head to a small town in Wyoming.
It is the only way she can escape the relentless monster that has been after her over the past three years. It is the only way she can feel safe again.
But God works in mysterious ways, and Paige is beginning to think that leaving everything behind doesn’t seem so bad when she ends up working with Justin Doyle to fix up her house.
Just as she is beginning to enjoy her fresh start in life, the monster she has been hiding from returns.
Scattered Magic (The Sidhe (Urban Fantasy Series) Book 1)
For ages, Donovan has been an elite Unseelie assassin, working alone to hunt down the enemies of his Court. Then an ultimate betrayal destroys his world, and everything he holds dear. Picking up the pieces, and saving the fey from extinction, means reinventing himself. Reclaiming the scattered earthborns, the teenage Sidhe that are the last hope for his race, and rebuilding a haven in modern day Ireland for the fey, means sacrificing the life he once embraced. Even with the predators circling, and the betrayers of the fey still on the loose, Donovan will discover the biggest threat to their future lies within his midst… a teenage wild card with a dangerous magic.
Since the Sirens: Sirens of the Zombie Apocalypse, Book 1
When the Zombie Apocalypse came to Liam’s neighborhood, it came with horsemen’s trumpets. Tornado sirens wailed for an hour, as if to ensure everyone knew there was no going back.
Unfortunately, Liam was a fifteen-year-old boy condemned by bad decisions to spend the summer in the city with his 104-year-old religious great grandmother. When Grandma Marty tries to send him on his way to save himself, something deep inside awakens–he chafes at the thought of leaving her to die, and instead sees himself as a hero from one of his zombie books who can accomplish the impossible: rescue her.
As they step out her front door together to face a city filled with scared refugees, desperate law enforcement, a zombie-hunting military, and opportunist criminals and looters, Liam realizes he tied his fate to a woman who can’t walk more than ten feet without his help.
When the zombies begin to overshadow all their other problems, Liam comes to appreciate why there are no atheists in foxholes.
What Once Was Perfect: A Small Town Romance (Wardham Book 1)
Warning: This isn’t your mother’s small town romance. Unless your mom is super cool, of course. Laney and Kyle reconnect in the bedroom, the living room, and even a barn. No Altoids were harmed in the making of this book.
Sundancer (Cheyenne Series Book 1)
HIS NAME IS CAIN AND EVERYONE IN THE SIERRAS FEARS HIM
With his Cheyenne brother’s blood on his hands, Cain is a half-breed hired gun, hungry to prove himself to the white father who has deserted him and cursed him with mixed blood. Fiercely ambitious, he longs for wealth and power in the cut-throat world of ruthless railroad barons.
HER NAME IS ROXANNA AND SHE PRACTICES A DESPERATE DECEPTION
Roxanna Fallon flees west impersonating Alexa Hunt, a railroad baron’s only heir. When she is captured by Cheyenne raiders, her grandfather sends Cain to rescue the young woman he believes to be his granddaughter.
The Hellfire Riders, Volumes 1-3 (The Motorcycle Clubs Box-Set)
He’s the one man I can never have, but the only one I crave…
Saxon Gray has reason to hate me. He spent five years in prison after saving me from a brutal violation at the hands of a rival motorcycle club – and he paid for that rescue with his freedom. I’ve never been able to settle the debt I owe him…until now.
The menace of that old rivalry is flaring up again, and as president of the Hellfire Riders, Saxon is the one man who can keep me safe. But I want more than his protection. I want his heart.
The Lincoln Deception (A Fraser and Cook Mystery)
A deathbed confession and a long-hidden conspiracy are at the heart of a riveting historical mystery centered on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
In March 1900, as former Congressman John Bingham of Ohio lies dying, he begins to tell a strange tale to his physician, Dr. Jamie Fraser. Bingham famously prosecuted eight members of John Wilkes Booth’s plot to kill Lincoln. But during the 1865 trial, conspirator Mary Surratt divulged a secret so explosive it could shatter the republic.
Though Bingham takes the secret to his grave, Fraser cannot let go of the mystery. Bored with small-town medical practice, he begins to investigate, securing an unlikely ally in Speed Cook, a black, college-educated professional ballplayer and would-be newspaper publisher. Cook is fascinated by Fraser’s inquiry and, like Fraser, thinks the accepted version of Lincoln’s assassination rings false. Was Booth truly the mastermind or were other, more powerful forces pulling the strings?
Rake’s Progress (A House for the Season Book 4)
The newest master of 67 Clarges Street–that good address in London’s fashionable Mayfair–is a single gentleman, the handsome, rich, and notorious rake Lord Guy Carlton. After years of fighting in the wars against Napoleon, the dashing lord is determined to kick up his heels with wine, women, and song, undeterred by appalled reaction. Never before have the Clarges Street servants earned so much money or eaten so well, but their pleasure-loving master seems liable to die of dissipation. In desperation, the staff, led by the witty and resourceful butler, Rainbird, sets out to find a “good woman” who can calm the lord’s boisterous spirit and save his black soul. Their search ends with the discovery of Miss Esther Jones of Berkely Square, a prim and righteous woman who seems the perfect reformer. But complications lie ahead as the servants’ ingenious scheme creates warmhearted chaos both above and below the stairs at 67 Clarges Street, and no one, not even Miss Jones herself, is prepared for the transformation that ultimately takes place.
I’m Gonna Like Me: Letting Off a Little Self-Esteem
Actor Jamie Lee Curtis and winsome illustrator Laura Cornell continue their successful collaboration (Today I Feel Silly, When I Was Little, et al.) with this paean to poise and self-assurance, I’m Gonna Like Me.The duo sets out to “let off a little self-esteem” by following a seriously self-actualized (and gratifyingly quirky) boy and girl throughout their day on alternating pages. The kids take turns carrying the lines, often switching off midsentence, to describe exactly how and why “I’m gonna like me.” (Girl: “I’m gonna like me / when I’m called on to stand. / I know all my letters / like the back of my hand.” Boy: “I’m gonna like me / when my answer is wrong, / like thinking my ruler / was ten inches long.”) The call and response continues through the action-packed day, as the kids get up, go to school, have lunch, go to a birthday party, etc., until they finally get tucked in–so no opportunity for building self-esteem gets overlooked.
Night’s Kiss (Children of the Night Book 1)
Enter the lush, sensual world of bestselling author Amanda Ashley…a place where vampires indulge their appetites, but find they can fall prey to love and desire. Now, an everlasting devotion is sparked across time and space, igniting a passionate affair…and a deadly new threat…He Has Found His Soul’s Desire. . .
The Dark Gift has brought Roshan DeLongpre a lifetime of bitter loneliness–until, by chance, he comes across a picture of Brenna Flanagan. There is something hauntingly familiar about her, something that compels him to travel into the past, save the beautiful witch from the stake, and bring her safely to his own time. Now, in the modern world, Brenna’s seductive innocence and sense of wonder are utterly bewitching the once-weary vampire, blinding him to a growing danger.
Angel Answer Book
Uncover the mystery of angels and their roles in our lives!
Angels have been present since the beginning of time, yet we’re filled with more intrigue and myth than with facts about these heavenly creatures. In this practical Q&A format, bestselling author and pastor Robert J. Morgan uncovers the mystery of angels—in the teachings of the Bible, in their role in relation to Christ, how they impact Christian beliefs, and in personal accounts of our present-day lives. This is an up close and revealing look at what angels do for us as they carry out their purpose in God’s overall plan for His kingdom.
Ma, He Sold Me for a Few Cigarettes: A Memoir of Dublin in the 1950s
When Martha Long’s feckless mother hooks up with the Jackser (“that bandy aul bastard”), and starts having more babies, the abuse and poverty in the house grow more acute. Martha is regularly sent out to beg and more often steal, and her wiles (as a child of 7, 8) are often the only thing keeping food on the table. Jackser is a master of paranoid anger and outburst, keeping the children in an unheated tenement, unable to go to school, at the ready for his unpredictable rages. Then Martha is sent by Jackser to a man he knows in exchange for the price of a few cigarettes. She is nine. She is filthy, lice-ridden, outcast. Martha and Ma escape to England, but for an itinerant Irishwoman finding work in late 1950s England is a near impossibility. Martha treasures the time alone with her mother, but amazingly Ma pines for Jackser and they eventually return to Dublin and the other children.
Easter Rising: A Memoir of Roots and Rebellion
In All Souls, Michael Patrick MacDonald told the story of the loss of four of his siblings to the violence, poverty, and gangsterism of Irish South Boston. In Easter Rising he tells the story of how he got out. Desperate to avoid the “normal” life of Southie, Michael reinvents himself in the burgeoning punk rock movement and the thrilling vortex of Johnny Rotten, Mission of Burma, and the Clash.
At nineteen MacDonald escapes further, to Paris and then London. Out of money, he contacts his Irish immigrant grandfather — who offers a loan, but only if Michael will visit Ireland. It is this reluctant journey “home” that offers MacDonald a chance at reconciliation — with his heritage, his neighborhood, and his family — and a way forward.
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